Where I share the world I have learnt to appreciate through my camera lens.
I bet you and yours were prepared to handle all of this. How much snow does Marta get on a regular basis?
Whoo that's a lot more snow than England!Love the header!
Hey you've cured the word ver.... hurrah!
That's indeed a lot of snow...but snow makes everything look so beautiful!
AJAJA!! I think I fall in love with the picture in your header! Why do this to me? heheI just love it and will go there!
Is this the Jungfrau by any chance?It looks like the one we couldn't go up because the last bit of train ride was fearfully expensive.Wonderful header.
I love this photo. All the different shapes and textures combine to make a stunning scene. I could just sit and stare at it and continue to find little bits and pieces that intrigue. Great job.
Your winter looks something like the one we had last year. We can't believe how mild this winter has been. We're wondering if we will pay for it during the tornado season. I love your header also!
It really is beautiful Lindy. That is how we usually look for a big majority of the Winter. This year we've hardly had any snow. I missed it at Christmas, but otherwise I am loving the warmer temps.Hugs,Jann
Beautiful photo!Stunning photo in your header, love it!It's been raining here, now all the snow and ice is gone.Hopefully spring will come soon.Have a great day.Mette
Great that you got some snow - good moisture for the garden. I like your mountain shot in the Header.
Header shot is fantastic! Though your world shot has snow, it doesn't look bleak and gives an impression that spring is not far behind:)
Is that good to have that much snow where you are? I wouldn't have thought of it as being that cold. (But I am woefully ignorant of geography.)
There are many beautiful photos in your blog. I was impressed very much.
I noticed your mountain picture. Is that the Northwand?
Really gorgeous photo! Love your header photo too!
Awwwww.....now that's a familiar sight. And a nice pick for a photo exploring with all the details and textures and colours.And whoa.....that's a powerful header photo!
What a great photo of the mountain. I love all your photos and enjoying coming back to visit them.
You had more snow than we had. Beautiful photo's and header.
Love pictures of snow.
We didn't have any snow (just kidding -on the coast of California!), so this is a lot of snow to me!
Nona has left a new comment on your post "February At Home": I love the photo too. So much texture, but I'm glad I'm not having snow here.
you have snow? Nice shot. :)
I love the delicate beauty of this composition, nice shot.
Hi LindyLou. You asked the significance of the colored fabric squares above the Taos fence photo I posted last Friday. At the time I didn't know what they were, but over the weekend I saw a place in Colorado that had flags like that and when I inquired about them I was told they are Tibetan prayer flags. Just wanted to let you know. I'm following you now.
Quite amazing as I watch in the heat of our summer (March 1st actually marks the beginning of our autumn).
Welcome to my photography blog, where I share the world as seen through my lens. All commenter's will receive a visit back from me but no longer individual replies unless you have a question, which I will respond to here. Your praise and kind words are always appreciated but to keep saying thankyou to you all individually, in an original way is not easy. So I am saying it here instead, a massive thankyou from my heart for all the wonderful support, your comments are a great encouragement to me.